How Paiger helped J.Riley Recruitment increase the company's visibility
J.Riley Recruitment is a Veteran-Owned Business connecting Military Veterans and Top Professionals with the best companies in the Construction industry, from Design through Project Completion.
Their priority is to provide the highest quality Candidate Experience and deliver customised Recruitment Solutions to their clients across the United States.
They understand the hiring challenges in today's competitive candidate market, and partner with their clients to identify talent for niche skill sets as well as bulk-hiring needs.
Jay Fudickar is the Founder and Managing Director of J.Riley Recruitment.
We are deeply dedicated to the long-term growth and success of our clients and our people. We are dedicated to producing measured value and results to website traffic and goal conversions.
They have thousands of connections across LinkedIn but the team were not sharing content regularly. Jay often found himself asking the team to 'like and share' his content meaning, he and his team were not engaging with their audiences as much as they would have liked.
Initially, Jay was posting all of his own content manually but it was taking too much time to find, post and monitor, taking a significant time out of his day and this meant he wasn't operating across all social platforms, specifically Twitter.
For me, it's a visibility and time saving thing, it's great that myself and my whole team can put content out simultaneously.
The greatest things about Paiger for Jay are the time he gets back and the visibility it gives him and his team, which as a small business owner is huge. Jay believes Paiger is more than just a social media scheduler.
We help Jay daily by delivering content directly to him which can then be distributed across his team over 10 hours to make it appear more organic.
Jay and his team have opted for GIF job sharing, which triples application rates from social posts. As J Riley uses Crelate as their ATS and website provider, the implementation of GIF based job shares was plug n play.